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18 year old's disappearance now being considered suspicious

Seth Deschambeault was last seen on May 29 in Prince Albert. There has been no activity on his social media accounts.
Seth Deschambeault
Seth Deschambeault has been reported missing. RCMP's Major Crime Unit is now investigating.

PRINCE ALBERT — A Saskatchewan man's disappearance is now being treated as suspicious and the RCMP’s Major Crime Unit has taken carriage of the investigation.

Saskatchewan RCMP stated on Friday that since Seth Deschambeault, 18, was reported missing to Prince Albert RCMP on June 6, investigators have been following up on information and leads as they have been received.

Prince Albert RCMP received the report that the 18-year-old male had gone missing on June 6, at approximately 9 a.m.

Seth Deschambeault was last seen on May 29 in Prince Albert

Prior to that, he was seen on May 27 at a residence in Red Wing, a small community in the RM of Buckland. He has not been in touch with family, or on social media, which isn’t typical for him, say RCMP. They add that he has connections to Saskatoon, Prince Albert and Cumberland House.

The missing man is described as approximately 5’3” and 120 pounds. He has light brown hair and brown/green eyes.

If you have information about Seth Deschambeault’s whereabouts, or had contact with him around the time he was last seen on May 29, contact Prince Albert RCMP at 306-765-5500. Information can also be submitted anonymously to Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477) or



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